SLLSEA6D – DECEMBER 2011 – REVISED AUGUST 2012
LOW-POWER CAN TRANSCEIVER WITH BUS WAKE-UP
Check for Samples: SN65HVD1040-HT
• Improved Drop-in Replacement for the
• ±12 kV ESD Protection
• Low-Current Standby Mode with Bus Wake-up:
5 μA Typical
• Bus-Fault Protection of –27 V to 40 V
• Rugged Split-Pin Bus Stability
• Dominant Time-Out Function
• Thermal Shutdown Removed
• Power-Up/Down Glitch-Free Bus Inputs and
– High Input Impedance with Low VCC
– Monotonic Outputs During Power Cycling
• DeviceNet Vendor ID # 806
• Down-Hole Drilling
• High Temperature Environments
• Vibration/Modal Analysis
• Multi-Channel Data Acquisition
• Acoustics/Dynamic Strain Gauges
• Pressure Sensors
SUPPORTS EXTREME TEMPERATURE
• Controlled Baseline
• One Assembly/Test Site
• One Fabrication Site
• Available in Extreme (–55°C/210°C)
Temperature Range (1)
• Extended Product Life Cycle
• Extended Product-Change Notification
• Product Traceability
• Texas Instruments high temperature products
utilize highly optimized silicon (die) solutions
with design and process enhancements to
maximize performance over extended
temperatures. All devices are characterized
and qualified for 1000 hours continuous
operating life at maximum rated temperature.
(1) Custom temperature ranges available
The SN65HVD1040 meets or exceeds the specifications of the ISO 11898 standard for use in applications
employing a Controller Area Network (CAN). As CAN transceivers, these devices provide differential transmit and
receive capability for a CAN controller at signaling rates of up to 1 megabit per second (Mbps). (2)
Designed for operation in especially harsh environments, the device features ±12 kV ESD protection on the bus
and split pins, cross-wire, overvoltage and loss of ground protection from –27 to 40 V, a –12 V to 12 V common-
mode range, and will withstand voltage transients from –200 V to 200 V according to ISO 7637.
The STB input (pin 8) selects between two different modes of operation; high-speed or low-power mode. The
high-speed mode of operation is selected by connecting STB to ground.
If a high logic level is applied to the STB pin of the SN65HVD1040, the device enters a low-power bus-monitor
standby mode. While the SN65HVD1040 is in the low-power bus-monitor standby mode, a dominant bit greater
than 5 μs on the bus is passed by the bus-monitor circuit to the receiver output. The local protocol controller may
then reactivate the device when it needs to transmit to the bus.
A dominant-time-out circuit in the SN65HVD1040 prevents the driver from blocking network communication
during a hardware or software failure. The time-out circuit is triggered by a falling edge on TXD (pin 1). If no
rising edge is seen before the time-out constant of the circuit expires, the driver is disabled. The circuit is then
reset by the next rising edge on TXD.
(2) The signaling rate of a line is the number of voltage transitions that are made per second expressed in the units bps (bits per second).
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